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Oberholtzers Celebrate 65th Anniversary April 28, 2017

Jay and Rhoda Stauffer Oberholtzer are celebrating their 65th anniversary. The couple is marking the milestone with a vacation in Panama City Beach, Fla. The couple was married on May 3, 1952, in a double ceremony with Rhoda's twin sister, Ruth Stauffer, and Lloyd Denlinger at Landis Valley Mennonite Church. The twins were each other's maids of honor, and sister Martha Stauffer also served as Rhoda's maid of honor. Jay's best man was his brother Clair.

The couple has three sons: Donovan, husband of Carol; Gregory, husband of Jeannie; and Steven, husband of Sheri. They also have four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Jay and Rhoda were involved in Stauffers of Kissel Hill, the family business. Jay was a partner and executive of the SKH and Stobro corporations, and he served on the advisory boards of Commonwealth and Fulton banks and Philhaven Hospital, as well as on the pastoral team of Lititz Mennonite Church.

Rhoda served on the boards of Sovereign Bank, Mennonite Development Associates, and church organizations. At SKH, Rhoda won honors in Floral Design; at Stauffers of Kissel Hill, she developed the Floral Design division and taught the design classes. She also presented a program, "The Parables of the Flowers," at hundreds of clubs and churches in the United States, Canada, and several other foreign countries. She holds Bible studies and recently authored a book, "A Life of Business Fulfilled With Purpose."

The couple resides in Kissel Hill Manor.


Shues Celebrate 50th Anniversary April 19, 2017

William and Brenda Shue of York celebrated their 50th anniversary on April 15 with a family dinner. They were married on April 15, 1967, at Bethany United Church of Christ in York.

They are the parents of Doni Shue of York and Tracey Shue Lehigh of Dover. They have six grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

William is retired from the United States Postal Service. Brenda is retired from General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems in Red Lion.


McNatts Celebrate 60th Anniversary April 19, 2017

Dan and Kay McNatt of Christiana celebrated their 60th anniversary with a party with family and friends at Thorndale Inn on April 22. They were married on April 27, 1957, in Carmichaels.

They have two children, Tom McNatt and Kelly O'Donnell, wife of Dewey O'Donnell. The couple has four grandchildren.

Dan is retired from Reynolds Packaging in Downingtown. Kay is retired from Octorara Area School District. The couple attends Our Lady of Consolation in Parkesburg.


Couple Marks 60th Anniversary April 6, 2017

Marlin and Jean Oberholtzer Ginder of Lancaster celebrated their 60th anniversary on April 6. Friends and family showered the couple with cards, and the couple's children have planned a celebration to be held at Risser's Mennonite Church in April.

The Ginders were married on April 6, 1957, at the bride's home in Manheim by Bishop Homer Bomberger.

They are the parents of Larry Ginder of Manheim, Fred Ginder of Elizabethtown, Sue Aldinger of Hummelstown, Ray Ginder of Manheim, Beverly DeRise of Lititz, and Jeff Ginder of Elizabethtown. There are 19 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

The couple worships at Risser's Mennonite Church in Elizabethtown.

Marlin is employed by Doncin Transport and is retired from farming. Jean is a homemaker.


Couple Celebrates 50th Anniversary March 30, 2017

Dean and Naomi Byers of Lancaster celebrated their 50th anniversary. They were honored on March 26 with a gathering of their children and grandchildren at the Belvedere Restaurant.

They were married on March 25, 1967, at Lancaster Grace Brethren by William Tweedle. They are the parents of Diahann, wife of John Cascarella, Lititz; Krista, wife of Patrick Gillisse, Mountville; and Justin, husband of Kristin Byers, Coatesville. They have eight grandchildren.

Dean and Naomi are both employed by Byers Butterflake Bakery.

The couple attends Westminster Presbyterian Church.


Grims Celebrate 65th Anniversary March 15, 2017

Glenn and Freda Grim will celebrate their 65th anniversary on March 22.

They are the parents of two children, Dennis Grim of York and Glenn Grim II of Manchester. They have eight grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren.


Couple Marks 65th Anniversary March 1, 2017

Enos and Irene (Innerst) Eberly, lifelong Dallastown residents, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in February at Wyndridge Farm. The couple met at Dallastown Area High School, from which they both graduated from in 1950. Enos served as class president.

The Eberlys were married on Feb. 16, 1952. They have two sons, Stephen Eberly of Valley Forge, and Barry Eberly, husband of Pam, of Dallastown. There are three granddaughters and six great-grandchildren.

They are active members of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in York, and they stay active by attending Dallastown sporting events, playing golf, scrapbooking and spending time with family and friends.


Couple Marks 45th Anniversary February 22, 2017

Ervin "Erv" A. and Sue Vannoy Kornbau of York celebrated their 45th anniversary on Feb. 12. They had a luncheon with family followed by a quiet evening at home. Erv created a 3-D snow heart in the front yard, along with a snowman to represent each of them, a lighted sign that said "love," and a heart and the number 45 in the front window. Sue made Erv chocolate-covered strawberries.

The couple was married on Feb. 12, 1972 in York.

They are the parents of Tim of Missouri, Jim of Texas, and Beth of Wisconsin.

Erv is retired from Strine Printing, and Sue is retired from private duty nursing.


Couple Marks First Anniversary February 15, 2017

Paul and Hillary Carpenter of Lancaster celebrated their first anniversary on Feb. 20 by eating cake.

The Carpenters were married on Feb. 20, 2016, at The Booking House in Manheim.


Couple Marks 60th Anniversary January 4, 2017

Sarah and James Richardson of Shrewsbury celebrated their 60th anniversary on Dec. 27, 2016, at a dinner in their honor held at First Post in York. They were joined at the event by their children, grandchildren and great-granddaughter. Their son Craig was unable to attend.

The Richardsons were married on Dec. 29, 1956, at Stewartstown Presbyterian Church by Sarah's father, the late Rev. Ralph E. Kaufman.

Mr. and Mrs. Richardson are the parents of Laura Fitz, wife of Steve, of York; James Richardson II, husband of Fay Roundtree, of Stewartstown; Kae Bradley, wife of Steve, of Concord, N.C.; and Craig Richardson of York.

They have four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The grandchildren are Matthew Fitz; Timothy, husband of Amanda Wixted; Christopher Bradley; and Sarah Bradley.

The couple worships at Stewartstown Presbyterian Church. Sarah recently retired as the full-time organist at the church, and she continues to play the organ on many Sundays. She is also a member of the bell choir and Presbyterian Women, and she actively supports the church and its mission.

Sarah volunteers for numerous organizations, including the Shrewsbury Flower Show, 4-H, and the Shrewsbury Library.

James Richardson, who is retired from Baltimore County Public Schools, is a former art teacher and the proprietor of the Village Studio Antique Shop. Collections of his intricately carved and painted Santas are displayed in homes from Pittsburgh to Alexandria, Va.

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